Bremer Bank took advantage of Halverson Law Office's 24.5-19.5 loss July 30 to American National with a 36-8 win over US Bank to climb 3.5 points away from the men's league leaders at the Legacy Courses at Cragun's.
Third-place Thelen Heating used a 23.5-20.5 win over Edward Jones to move 10 points back of Halverson Law.
Results from July 30:
GL Sports 20.5, Lakes Financial Services 19.5
Van Hanson's Meats 24, People's Security 20
Bremer Bank 36, US Bank 8
Thelen Heating 23.5, Edward Jones 20.5
Ocelco Inc. 24, Dutch's Duffers 20
Kavanaugh's Resort 22.5, Riverwood Bank 21.5
Shep's on 6th 24, Deerwood Bank 20
American National 24.5, Halverson Law Office 19.5
Halverson Law Office 339
Bremer Bank 335.5
Thelen Heating 329
Edward Jones 318.5
American National 307.75
Shep's on 6th 306.5
Riverwood Bank 288.5
Kavanaugh's Resort 287.5
Lakes Financial 286
GL Sports 283.75
People's Security 267.5
Von Hanson's Meats 259.5
US Bank 249
Deerwood Bank 249
Dutch Duffers 231.25
Low net: Justin Simon, Tim Bergin, Jeff Hilborn
Low gross: Adam Kalenberg
Side game: Rick Harms
Closest to pin: Justin Simon
Closest to the pin: Jamie Arvig
Longest putt: Joey Kavanaugh
The team of Becky Schornack, Wendy Jones and Tricia Jasmer shot 3-under 33 to win the scramble event July 28 on the front nine of Bobby's Course during women's league at the Legacy Courses at Cragun's.
Becky Butcher, Dawn Buckwalter and Sandy Baumann fired a second-place 34.
Rhonda Mareck had the longest drive and Butcher was closest to the pin.
On the back nine the team of Renee Johnson, Tanya McDermott, Ali Timmons and Annie Nasset shot 36 for first.
The team of Kathy Statz, Mary Crenna and Laurel Mezner placed second.
Sarah Nelson hit the longest drive and Ruth Norman was closest to the pin.
On the Par 3 course the team of Erin Books, Jamie Clough, Jessica Gangl, Brandy Blum and Sarah Anderson won with a 1-under 26.
Breezy Point men
Park Midway Bank increased its lead in the team standings of the men's twilight golf league with its 7-5 victory over Dockside July 30th at Breezy Point Resort.
Climbing into second was Commander/JJ's, which benefited from a 7.5-4.5 win over Mills Motor.
Results from July 30:
Park Midway Bank 7, Dockside 5
Commander/JJ's 7.5, Mills Motor 4.5
Thomas & Associates 4, Pestello's 4
Dick Parks Gas 6
Park Midway Bank 28.5
Thomas & Associates 24
Dick Parks Gas 23.5
Mills Motor 20
0-5 handicap: Don Sandberg 34, Denny Langerman 34, Dick Burns 34
6-10 handicap: Joe Kocak 35
11-20 handicap: Tom Macomber 31
Longest putt: Neal Moede
Longest putt: Roger Rutt
Closest to the pin: Dave Thomas
Longest putt: Will Stoxen
Longest putt: Brad Cardini
Commander/JJ's vs. Pestello's
Dockside vs. Mills Motor
Midway Park Bank vs. Thomas & Associates
Pestello's - Bye
Breezy Point women
Darlene Palmer, Bunny Oseland, Dee Wicks and Jill Roeder won the 1-2-3 event July 30 during the Breezy Point Resort women's league on the Traditional Course.
Verna Miller, Martha Polsfuss, Sue Adamson and Shirley Johnson placed second followed by Jan Benson, Sylvia Schmitt, Betty Aga and Ardell Cook in third.
Thursday's event will be blind partners and will be played at Whitebirch.
Coralee Ostlund, Kay Gunnerson, Debbie Briggs and Joni Meyer shot a 32 to win the Madden's women's league rally for the cure event on the Pine Beach East Course at Madden's Resort.
Connie Bender, Lynn Hanske, Angie Hanske and Deb Lundbohm placed second with a 34.
Vicki Reineck was closest to the pin and Deb Thuringer made the longest putt.
The event raised $3,410 for breast cancer research.
Cindy Clow, Chris Lee, Donna Motzko and Deb Welch won the scramble event July 28 on the Marsh nine at Grand View Lodge's Pines Golf Course.
Lee sank the longest putt and Cindy Steiner-Hake was closest to the pin.
On the Garden Course, the team of Vicki Dypwick, Diane Almick, Patti Good and Ruth Zauhar claimed first with Almick draining the longest putt.
The next Outing will be Aug. 11 at The Preserve followed by a Coed Outing Aug. 18 at The Pines.
Janice DuBois, Becky Butcher, Judy Hilbert and Mary Boeder captured the Whitefish 5-0, Flowers of the Islands shamble July 29 during the Whitefish women's 18-hole league member/guest day.
Second place went to Ginger Strom, Marguerite Baker, Jean Freytag and Mary Lou Claypatch.
The team of Jody Becker, Deanna Frandsen, Sue Anderson and Marlene Anderson tied with Mary Nolan, Leah Heggerston, Enga Wodziak and Mary Kay Kendall for third.
In fifth place was the team of Trish Brown, Barb Holubar, Susan Finley and Debie Johnson.
Winners of the proximity events were: closest to the pin: Ginger Strom (guest), Enga Wodziak (member), closest to the line: Sue Moore (guest), Enga Wodziak (member), longest drive: Gayle Johnson (guest), Janice Dubois (member) and longest putt: Gayle Johnson (guest), Marlys Guse (member).
Pine River women
Lila Kersey placed first and Sue Conley second in the July 30 throw out worst hole event during the Pine River Country Club women's league.
Kersey registered the low amount of putts and Gloria Taylor had a chip in.
The Pine River Country Club women's club championship will be Aug. 13 and 20. The Fall luncheon and awards will be Sept. 10.
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